Iran stopped sending its nationals to Iraq via two ports[/rtl]
[rtl]Date: 2019/12/14 14:52 • 63 times read[/rtl]
The director general of political, police and border affairs in the province of Khuzestan in southwestern Iran to stop sending visitors to the holy shrines in Iraq across attractive borders and Shalmzh starting Thursday because of security considerations and the situation in the holy cities.
Reda Najati said in a statement to the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) correspondent on Thursday evening, that with the beginning of a new phase of political unrest and violent movements in the cities of Iraq, especially the holy city of Karbala and Najaf, stopping the dispatch of visitors to the holy shrines individually or convoys by road And the sea for their lives.
The dispatch of visitors through the implementers of attractive and Shalmzh in the province of Khuzestan had resumed two weeks ago after the relatively improved conditions in the cities of Iraq, but stopped again after the start of a new phase of unrest.
Najati added that Iranian merchants can travel to Iraq in a limited manner, taking care and security in terms of security note that our recommendation is that no Iranian citizen to travel to Iraq at the present time.
At the same time, he explained that Iraqi tourists and visitors can enter Iran through attractive and unscrupulous implementers without a visa.
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